Macedonian electricity transmission system operator MEPSO officially commissioned the reconstructed Skopje-Tetovo 110 kV transmission line at the ceremony in Jegunovce in the country’s northwest.
110 kV transmission line Skopje-Tetovo is 48 kilometers long, the project is worth over 4 million euros, a part of which was financed through a loan provided by World Bank. MEPSO also invested its own resources in the project, primarily for land acquisition. The transmission line is set on 187 columns of which 158 new columns replaced old ones that were in use for more than 60 years. Besides columns, new connectors, insulators, conductors and other equipment were installed, while Jugohrom substation in Jegunovce has also been modernized, which will enable stable electricity supply to Jugohrom ferroalloy plant, one of the largest electricity consumers in the country.
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Tags: electricity, Macedonia, MEPSO, reconstruction, transmission line